Status of White-Winged Dove Nesting Colonies in Tamaulipas, México

@inproceedings{Johnson2009StatusOW,
  title={Status of White-Winged Dove Nesting Colonies in Tamaulipas, M{\'e}xico},
  author={Y. S. Johnson and Fidel Hern{\'a}ndez and David G. Hewitt and Eric J. Redeker and Gary L. Waggerman and Heriberto Ortega Mel{\'e}ndez and H{\'e}ctor V. Zamora Trevi{\~n}o and Jay A. Roberson},
  year={2009}
}
Abstract The core of eastern White-winged Dove (Zenaida asiatica asiatica) breeding habitat historically occurred in northern México and southern Texas. Much nesting-habitat loss has occurred in this region since the mid-1900s and several large nesting colonies of the historic complex have disappeared with others currently at risk. Little knowledge exists regarding the precise location of these colonies or their current status. We reviewed the literature, interviewed biologists, and conducted… 
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